Vincent Vegan's food trucks are available in different locations in Hamburg every day, offering the best vegan fast food classics.
Vegan quarter pounders! Let’s be honest – most snack bars have a fairly dodgy reputation: fat rather than fresh, calories rather than healthy and nutritious food. But it doesn’t have to be the case – this is shown by the food truck movement, and in particular by the two food trucks of Vincent Vegan. The name is unmistakably a reminder of the character Vincent Vega, portrayed by John Travolta in Pulp Fiction, who has one of the most memorable film dialogues about burgers.
As befits a food truck, the locations change daily. If you want to find out where you can eat without regret, check out the website www.vincent-vegan.com, to see where the meals on wheels will be stopping over the next few days. The menu initially evokes a classic snack bar – there are chips, burgers and currywurst, whereby the latter two are offered only as a vegan option.
The chips are also offered in two variations: in addition to the classic French fries, there are also sweet potato chips. And instead of minced meat patties, tasty vegan burgers are served. There is of course also a vegan, i.e. egg-free, mayonnaise.
A visit to the well-frequented mobile snack bars proves that all this tastes not only just as good, but can taste even better than the original: you’re in for a feast here – the burgers are rich and juicy, the chips are crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. You can wash down the delicious food with selected lemonades.
No question: Vegan is not just a trend, vegan can also taste great! Let’s leave aside the question of what the real Vincent Vega would think about his name being given to a place where they serve quarter pounders without animal ingredients.
Short & Sweet
- Type of cuisineVegetarian
- Servicedurchweg vegan